On 25.2, a joint operation of the Enforcement and Supervision Division at the Ministry of Health, Israel Police and Israel Tax Authority had been carried out at stores suspected of illegal marketing and selling Kiosk sold drugs and counterfeit alcohol

About 100 packages of Kiosk-sold drugs named Stella, and dozens units of counterfeit alcohol containing fake vodka and brandy were found at a kiosk in Rishon Lezion and adjoining warehouse.   The Ministry of Health once again warns the public, and youth in particular, that the use of kiosk sold drugs is dangerous. In recent days, the Ministry of Health had received reports on a number of hospitalizations caused by use of kiosk-sold drugs.   Counterfeit alcohol is a danger to the public – the lack of oversight regarding production and raw materials used in production, and sometimes even the presence of hazardous substances such as methanol, can in large quantities cause confusion, headaches, vomiting, abdominal pain, seizures, blindness by damaging the optic nerve and even death.   The Ministry of Health will continue to work in cooperation with other law enforcement agencies against the phenomenon of kiosks drugs and counterfeit alcohol across the country.   Below are some images:  

Operation for seizing Kiosk sold drugs and counterfeit alcohol

Operation for seizing Kiosk sold drugs and counterfeit alcohol